After having installed PHP5 SOAP support it’s time to try it… I’ve read the article PHP SOAP Extension from Zend.
Calling a method using WSDL is really easy:
<?php $client = new SoapClient("http//services.xmethods.net/soap/urn:xmethods-delayed-quotes.wsdl"); print($client->getQuote("ibm")); ?>
But my aim is to build a small SOAP server. The first step is to create the WSDL and a . . . → Read More: Working with SOAP in PHP
Today I’ve to build a simple webservice using PHP, unfortunately my PHP installation has been built without support for it, so it’s time to update my configure line to add soap support:
PHP MODULE # make distclean # ./configure –enable-memory-limit \ –disable-url-fopen-wrapper –with-gd –enable-dbase –enable-exif \ –enable-ftp –with-gettext –with-iconv –enable-mbstring \ –with-jpeg-dir=/usr/lib –with-zlib-dir=/usr/lib –with-kerberos \ . . . → Read More: PHP5 and Soap